by Joe White
November 29, 2013
The popular translation app for iPhone, iTranslate, has just received an update adding support for Apple's iPad. As a reminder, the application can be downloaded free of charge, and is also optimized for both the iPhone and iPod touch. Developer Sonico GmbH explains in the app's release notes that iTranslate has been rebuilt as a universal application, and one that fits perfectly with the design of Apple's iOS 7. This is indeed the case: back in October, iTranslate for iPhone got an iOS 7 makeover, adding a lighter, more minimalistic design for the updated mobile OS. As we explained in our original article:
As you might expect, iTranslate 7.0 features a redesigned interface that matches the look and feel of iOS 7. Simpler, cleaner, flatter, and unapologetically whiter, the app’s new interface is a far cry from the app’s textured and, in hindsight, cluttered design. The new interface is focused on content, as it presents the translation screen with as few frills as possible.There are plenty of features offered by iTranslate, including support for more than 70 different languages, built-in dictionaries, text-to-speech, voice recognition (premium only), romanization, fast typing, and sharing features. Though the application is free to download and install, iTranslate Premium - a $4.99 in-app purchase - offers iDevice users even more advanced functionality. As mentioned, iTranslate can be downloaded in the App Store free of charge, and is optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Check out the updated application now, or for more of our recent news, see: Olloclip Launches Limited Edition Space Gray, Gold Clips For Your New iPhone 5s, Garmin, Navigon U.S. Navigation Apps Get Discounted To Celebrate Thanksgiving, and Pebble Smart Watch Gets Discounted For Black Friday, Plus Free Shipping.